History of the Human Sciences

(The TQCC of History of the Human Sciences is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Toward a left art of government: from ‘Foucauldian critique’ to Foucauldian politics61
The many lives of state capitalism: From classical Marxism to free-market advocacy41
Does reflexivity separate the human sciences from the natural sciences?31
From sinners to degenerates: the medicalization of morality in the 19th century30
Making objective facts from intimate relations: the case of neuroscience and its entanglements with volunteers25
From l'homme physique to l'homme moral and back: towards a history of Enlightenment anthropology17
Changing psychologies in the transition from industrial society to consumer society15
Psychology in the 18th century: a view from encyclopaedias13
From Milgram to Zimbardo: the double birth of postwar psychology/psychologization11
From medicine to psychotherapy: the placebo effect11
From employment exchange to Jobcentre Plus: the changing institutional context of unemployment11
Pornography addiction: The fabrication of a transient sexual disease11
From the native point of view10
From natural disability to the moral man: Calvinism and the history of psychology10
From oeconomy to `the economy': population and self-interest in discourses on government9
From facial expressions to bodily gestures9
The language of social science in everyday life9
Looking at anthropology from a biological point of view: A. C. Haddon's metaphors on anthropology9
Resisting neurosciences and sustaining history9
Towards a complex-figurational socio-linguistics8
Behind the Rhodes statue: Black competency and the imperial academy8
The story of humanity and the challenge of posthumanity8
Escape from the dark forest: the experimentalist standpoint of Sante De Sanctis' psychology of dreams8
Tertiary qualities, from Galileo to Gestalt psychology8
What makes neuroethics possible?7
‘Ifp? Then What?’ Thinking within, with, and from cases7
Knowing savagery: Australia and the anatomy of race7
From republican virtue to global imaginary: changing visions of the historian Polybius7